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Is HTML5 a good choice for mobile application development?

Survey period: 10 Dec 2012 to 17 Dec 2012

Avoiding the topic of non-mobile development, does it make sense for ua to move to HTML5 as a write-once-run-anywhere platform for mobile devices? (I'll use "HTML5 platform" to mean HTML5, CSS3, Javascript and whatever interpreters/compilers are needed)

OptionVotes% 
Yes, HTML5 is a great platform23320.73233 votes, 20.73%
Yes, because having a single platform to target multiple devices is needed (regardless of the actual language used)35931.94359 votes, 31.94%
Yes, for other reasons171.5117 votes, 1.51%
Maybe. Not sure34830.96348 votes, 30.96%
No, we should use a different platform other than HTML5484.2748 votes, 4.27%
No, we should stick to the technology that suits the individual device968.5496 votes, 8.54%
No, for other reasons.353.1135 votes, 3.11%



 
GeneralNot just multiple devices, but multiple browsers Pin
Doug Domeny11-Dec-12 4:33
memberDoug Domeny11-Dec-12 4:33 

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